Sahm Adrangi is a Chief Investment Officer and Founder for the investment management firm, Kerrisdale Capital Management. Kerrisdale Capital Management is based in the Greater New York Area and was founded in 2009. It is the brainchild of Sahm Adrangi and the launchpad for his well-researched opinions on under-followed longs and overhyped shorts. The company currently manages $150 million, and more information click here.
Sahm Adrangi is most notable for shorting and exposing fraudulent Chinese companies. These companies are China-Biotics, China Marine Food Group, Lihua International, China Education Alliance and Chinacast Education Corporation. Out of those groups, China Education Alliance and Chinacast Education Corp. went under investigation by the Securities and Exchange Commission.
The Biotechnology, Telecommunications and Mining sectors are Kerrisdale’s other areas of focus. Adrangi questioned the resource companies First Majestic Silver and Northern Dynasty Minerals. Sahm has also published his projections for development stage companies such as Sage Therapeutics, Bavarian Nordic, Pulse Biosciences and various others. In the Telecommunication sector, Sadhm Adrangi reported on Straight Path Communications, Dish Network, Viasat Inc. and Global Star. His pin-point accuracy lead him being highly respected in the Hedge Fund community, and his Facebook.
Sahm Adrangi is currently beating the market at an average annual return of 28% with Kerrisdale Capital Management but he made his bones in the Deutsche Bank as an Analyst performing high-yield and leverage loan debt financials. Shortly after he graduated from Yale University with a Bachelor Of Arts in Economics he started working for a leveraged finance group in April 2004 and ended his tenure on October 2005. In December 2005, he was hired as an Analyst at Chanin Capital Partners, a bank restructuring group and boutique investment bank located in Los Angeles and New York. In March 2007, he resigned at Chanin Capital Partners and started another Analyst position which he held for 2 years until he founded his own company.
Sahm Adrangi has appeared on Bloomberg for his stock market analysis. He also has been featured on Fortune.com.